Windows Server 2012 Management

Monitor, and Manage, Windows Server 2012 endpoints with NinjaOne.
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Windows Server 2012 Management

Monitor Windows 2012 servers in real time

Get usage information on CPU, memory, disks, network, services, event logs, etc.

Patch Management

Automate your patch management process, on all your Windows server 2012 infrastructure, at scale.

Inventory Management

Get a full inventory of all your hardware and software, any time.

Do it all from the unified console

The unique NinjaOne single pane of glass console lets you monitor, manage, automate, patch, take corrective actions, and more, all from the same console.

Help prevent cyberattacks

Navigate the complex landscape of regulatory compliance effortlessly. NinjaOne provides the tools and insights needed to meet industry standards, keeping your organization secure and audit-ready.

The best Windows Server 2012 management features

Detailed hardware inventory

Get inventory of all your endpoints, divided by OS vendor (Windows, Linux, or Mac), OS version, virtual or physical, desktop, laptop, workstation, or server, on-prem or cloud,  and much more.

Detailed software inventory

Get a complete inventory of all installed applications for each endpoint and get alerts for any changes.

Monitor Windows Server 2012 services

Monitor each server and obtain details of all Windows services. Get alerts when critical services are down.

Monitor health details

Monitor server health details like power, battery, resource utilization, network connections, temperature, etc.

Single Pane of Glass

With a single pane of glass, do it all from the same console, no need to launch different applications for different target machines or different activities.

Quick deployment

Just install the NinjaOne agent on the target machine and it´s ready to be monitored and managed from the NinjaOne console.


Automatically discover and track hardware and software assets, simplifying inventory management and ensuring accurate record-keeping.


NinjaOne allows you to create server groups (for example, production, development, test, etc.), and automatically take actions by group and by schedule.  

Windows Server 12 Management Use Cases

Automate the patching process

Automatically deploy security updates by groups of servers at separate times, reboot and receive alerts on unresponsive servers.

Provide better IT support

With NinjaOne, your technicians can better support your entire Windows Server infrastructure. Monitor all endpoint parameters without needing to log into each server.

Better efficiency of IT resources

Let NinjaOne monitor and alert about problems and let your technicians take action on those problems, saving them the time of manually monitoring devices, and allowing them to focus on the most important tasks.

Provide fast IT support

IT teams can troubleshoot any issues remotely and, if necessary, take remote control of the server, resolving incidents quickly and minimize disruptions to server services.

Excellent tool for on-call rotation

Technicians can remotely monitor a Windows Server 2012 endpoint from the NinjaOne app on their smartphone in the event of an incident that requires rapid response.

Keep your Windows Server infrastructure secure

Get rid of known vulnerabilities by deploying and tracking patches to your Windows server infrastructure. Additionally, by integrating with antivirus and security software, you can have peace of mind against cyberattacks.

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Elevate your organization’s efficiency and embrace the simplicity of NinjaOne. Don’t just monitor; master the art of maintenance effortlessly.

Windows 12 Server Management FAQs

Windows Server 2012 administration encompasses the various tools and processes used to deploy, configure, secure, and maintain instances of Windows Server 2012. At its core, it is about keeping your servers running smoothly and securely.

Maintaining a Windows Server 2012 instance involves preventative and corrective actions to ensure server availability. Some preventive actions may include creating and testing backups to prevent data loss, patching applications, and operating systems to remediate vulnerabilities and fix errors, creating a disaster recovery plan, applying measures to harden the server to prevent cyber-attacks, monitor and alert on unresponsive components, etc.

Some corrective actions may include rebooting, restarting unresponsive services and processes, identifying and replacing faulty hardware, deleting unused files to optimize disk usage, adjusting settings and resources for optimal performance, etc.

To monitor Windows Server 2012 services, it is usually necessary to log in to the server to be monitored and start the task manager. Additionally, it requires checking the event log for errors or alerts. This is a manual, tedious and inefficient task that is not recommended. The best thing to do is to use dedicated software that communicates with the server and collects information about running services and critical events on multiple servers at the same time.

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